Pettite Had $11.75M Reasons To Remain A Yankee

While most 37-year old MLB players are lucky to get a deal worth 4 or 5 million, Andy Pettite’s 1-year deal is worth $11.75M. Pettite had a pretty good regular season. He went 14-8 and had a 4.16 ERA. His postseason performance was probably where he earned this payday. The vet was 4-0 and had a […]

Your NL MVP Is Albert Pujols

The MLB awards train finally pulls into the station with the St. Louis Cardinals’ Albert Pujols being named NL MVP. St. Louis Cardinals first baseman Albert Pujols was a unanimous choice in winning the National League Most Valuable Player Award for the second consecutive season and the third time in his career. Pujols was listed […]

Your AL MVP Is Joe Mauer

The MLB awards train has moved on to the MVP awards. Today, Minnesota catcher Joe Mauer was named AL MVP. Joe Mauer, who won an unprecedented third batting championship for a catcher and helped propel the Minnesota Twins to the American League Central title, was elected the AL Most Valuable Player for 2009 in balloting by […]

Your NL Cy Young Winner Is Tim Lincecum

Make that two in a row for Tim Lincecum, as he is crowned the Cy Young Winner for the NL. Of the 32 ballots submitted by two writers in each league city, Lincecum (15-7, 2.48 ERA) was listed first on 11, one fewer than the St. Louis Cardinals’ Adam Wainwright (19-8, 2.63 ERA), who finished […]

Mike Scioscia And Jim Tracy Are Your MLB Managers Of The Year

MLB awards week chugs along with the announcement of the Angels’ Mike Scioscia winning AL manager of the year and the Rockies’ Jim Tracy winning it for the NL. Mike Scioscia of the Los Angeles Angels and Jim Tracy of the Colorado Rockies, whose perseverance was their virtue battling through tragedy, grief and slow starts, […]

Your AL Cy Young Winner Is Zack Greinke

In a season where there wasn’t much to cheer about for Royals’ fans, there was one bright spot. And that bright spot was Zack Greinke. Despite everything that went on around him, Greinke went 16-8 with a 2.16 ERA this season. With numbers like this, on a team like the Royals, voters had no choice […]

What’s Eating Sammy Sosa’s Face?

This photo from SI.com is beginning to make it’s rounds on the internet. And just by taking one look at it, you can see why. Despite his face being “lighter” than we’re used to, he seems to be taking it better than I’m sure you are.  Having that on your arm helps too, I’m guessing. […]

Your Obligatory New York Yankees Are 2009 MLB Champions Post

Yes, the New York Yankees won their 27th World Championship last night. Now it’s time for reactions. – Of course, there are the scores of people that wonder if the Yanks bought their championship. Of course they did. How is this wrong again? – The parade is set for Friday. Send pictures if you attend. […]

Things Get Skirmishy Between Cole Hamels And Brett Myers After Game 5

Here’s a picture of better times. A time where the Phillies were celebrating being World Champions. A time where Cole Hamels was regarded by some as the best pitcher in the league. A time where Brett Myers and Cole Hamels where the best of friends. Well in this day in time, the Phillies are a […]

The Philadelphia Inquirer and Macy’s Crowns The Phillies World Series Champions

Macy’s does have one thing right. This series is over. They just have the wrong team winning. The Yankees took a commanding 3-1 series lead last night, which pretty much seals the Phillies’ fate. Speaking of the Inquirer, John Gonzalez brings us this news about classy Philly fans. Got this text from a friend earlier: […]